Clinical tips: head lice

Louis Roller takes a look at the bane of parents everywhere: head lice Head lice or nits (Pediculus humanus capitus) are small, wingless insects that live, breed and feed on the human scalp. They do not generally carry or transmit disease. Head lice have existed for millions of years. Direct contact is required for transmission

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